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children with many experiences with stories 1. can accurately sound out words 2 .tend to know stories have predictable segments and features. 3. realize words are separated in sentences and that sentences end in periods is it 3

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    That depends upon the age of the child.

    Both 2 and 3 are correct -- but vary by the child's age.

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    but i should go with 2or 3

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    children with many experiences with stories can read simple words such as was or am by late preschool years is it correct bcoz i think i answered 2 in exam and they give me wrong please help me

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    That statement is false. The little words, "was" and "am" are difficult for beginning readers.

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